This plot was foiled while it was still in the planning (stages).
I've known Rich for many years and I know of his talent and passion for sports in general. I knew this would be the type of project that would require someone who would be able to stick with it for a long period of time. It wasn't the type of thing where you could just call up the WWE offices and say 'Okay, we're going to go follow this guy, this guy and this guy.' This is a type of thing where Rich had to become accepted into that culture.
We wanted a fresh set of eyes. We wanted someone who didn't know the culture. We didn't want someone who was a big aficionado to do this. Everything he is experiencing is new and so that he's experiencing it as I am or the majority of people on the street. You're going to see it through the eyes of someone who wasn't familiar with it.
One of the keys for Rich in gaining their trust was that we weren't there to make fun of them. We were there to hear their story. I think after a time they realized that. It's the way Rich was able to get backstage, the way he was able to see the wrestlers without their masks. Not all of them, of course, but the ones he became close to and trusted him.
We live on 18 acres near Stone Mountain, and she's the mother of everything on our land. If the cats catch a squirrel, she'll take it away and let it go.
I saw cops there last night and about six cop cars. That's just weird. I've lived here for 11 years, and this is the first thing I've ever heard of something like this happening.